We love talking about new cars around here, so it seems fitting to highlight some changes with the 2020 Lincoln Navigator. For the next model year, there are some new standard features to take notice of.
2020 Lincoln Navigator Standard Features
The updated Navigator receives power running boards, vented and heated front seats. It also comes with the newest Ford CoPilot360 suite. This provides a list of driver-assistance features people long for. It contains automatic high-beams, cross-traffic alerts, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keep assist, forward collision warning, pre-collision emergency braking, a rearview camera and pedestrian detection.
Standard technology also includes the Phone As A Key aspect. This allows drivers to download an app and use it as a key fob. We saw it first with the Aviator, now it joins the ranks with the Navigator as well.
Navigator Paint Scheme
Lincoln plans to offer a new Monochromatic Package. Owners choose from one of three colors – grey, white or black. Then, everything that would have been chrome gets painted the same color instead. This includes the side vents, trim and grille.
It’s only available on the Reserve trim, which is the highest. This makes it easy to see who is spending the big bucks.
Success or Failure?
Ford continues to achieve great things with their lineup of SUVs. The Navigator itself is quite popular. In the first half of 2019, the company sold almost 40,000 units. Of course, that could just be because big SUVs and trucks have gained so much popularity in America lately, but we don’t think so.
This Lincoln comes with many features and luxury options that make it unique. It’s fresh, sleek and built to last. Since it’s debut in 1998, the Navigator has had its own following and loyal fanbase. We expect that these changes will make that grow even more.
If you love all things from this luxury automaker, don’t forget to also check out the 2020 Lincoln Corsair.